Martine Croxall Biography
Martine Croxall is a preeminent British television journalist, reporter, and anchor. She is among the main news presenters on BBC News. Martine also hosts “The Papers” at 10.30 pm and 11.30 pm, a lively and informed conversation about the next day’s front pages along with two guests. Previously, she spent eight years working as a TV Presentation Trainer for BBC TV Language Services in London. Before that, Martine served as a Presentation Trainer at Rough House Media for eight years.
Martine Croxall Age
Martine Croxall was born on February 23, 1969, in Stoke Golding, Leicestershire, England. She is 54 years old.
Martine Croxall Education
She earned her high school diploma from Bablake School, Coventry. Later, Martine joined the University of Leeds where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Geography.
Martine Croxall Height
Martine stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.70 m).
Martine Croxall Family
Martine was born and brought up by her parents Croxall Hosiery (father) and an unidentified mother in Stoke Golding, Leicestershire, England. She has a sister who went to the free Bablake School in Coventry and concentrated on Geography at the University of Leeds, where she attained her Bachelor of Arts in the year 1990.
Martine Croxall Husband
She is married to her beloved husband Stephen Morris who is a game theorist and economic theorist. Stephen was born on October 19, 1963, in England and he graduated from Cambridge University with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and economics in 1985. Martine and Stephen share two kids. The lovely family lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire. Martine is a Royal Geographical Society Fellow.
Martine Croxall Salary
She receives an ample salary of $140,000 per year. This is according to BBC News presenters’ salaries.
Martine Croxall’s Net Worth
Martine has amassed a decent wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Martine Croxall Career
Martine serves as a news presenter on BBC News. Martine also hosts “The Papers” at 10.30 pm and 11.30 pm, a lively and informed conversation about the next day’s front pages along with two guests. Previously, she spent eight years working as a TV Presentation Trainer for BBC TV Language Services in London.
Before that, Martine served as a Presentation Trainer at Rough House Media for eight years. In addition, she spent 12 years serving as an Interviewer in the “Discovering People” series for the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). Martine was hosting informal, live-stage interviews with prominent figures for the RGS as part of the “Discovering People” series. The focus is on the environment, travel, geography, and society.
Prior to that, she served as a Presentation skills coach at Archimedes Consulting for 19 years. Moreover, Martine served as an Awards Ceremony and Conference Host for the Employee Ownership Association in Birmingham, United Kingdom for seven years. In 1993, she filled in as a Broadcast Journalist for BBC Radio Leicester in Leicestershire and also as a presenter and reporter for BBC Newsroom South East in London in 2000.